Craig C. Downer – presentation on Wild Horses and Burros, Perissodactyls and Endangered Species of America and the World
Craig C. Downer (Andean Tapir Fund/Wild Horse and Burro Fund) will be delivering a presentation on Wild Horses and Burros, Perissodactyls and Endangered
Species of America and the World including a PowerPoint and a speech.
This will take place on Monday, January 27, 2020, from 5:30 to 7:00 PM at the South Valleys Library, located at 15650-A Wedge Parkway, Reno, Nevada 89511.
This is near the Summit Mall and just north of the Mount Rose Highway in south Reno. It is also just west of South Virginia Street. In case help is needed,
the library’s number is 775-851-5190.
His amazing speech contains a stirring message that is crucial for our times. After the 24-minute speech, a revealing PowerPoint with vital information and stunning
photos, graphs and charts will be presented and a strategy will be proposed to right current trends that endanger all of life.
The presentation will give an ingenious synthesis of the major factors that are impinging upon all Earthlings today as well as a well-thought-out solution for this crisis
from a wildlife ecologist with 40 years experience in North and South America as well as other parts of the world.
This will be a positive presentation that confronts what must not be ignored today and gives a way forward, concerning horses, burros, all their order Perissodactyla
(horse, tapir & rhino families) and their crucial balancing and restoring roles, us humans and all this unique and wonderful world we share as home.
Please come to hear and see what Craig have too offer and to ask questions and share your concerns.
It is the beginning of a new year and what’s more, a new decade and there is so much we need to realize and act upon.